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American woman to spend 24 years in prison for pushing Indian man to death
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American woman gets 24 years for pushing Indian man to death

Erika Menendez had pleaded guilty before Queens Supreme Court jury for shoving Sunando Sen, 46, to his death as the subway train entered the station. NEW YORK: A 33-year-old Americanwoman has been sentenced to 24 years in prison for pushing an Indian man to ... Economic Times, 3 days ago
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SC stays sanction for prosecution of IPS officer

The Supreme Court on Friday put a stay on Gujarat government's approval for criminal prosecution against retired Director General of Police (DGP) Kuldip Sharma in an assault case registered in 1984. A bench of Justices V Gopala Gowda and C Nagappan also ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago SC stays Kejriwal's order to sue media for defamation  Times of India1 week ago SC snubs Arvind, stays defamation diktat  Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago Supreme Court stays Kejriwal govt's defamation circular against media houses  DeshGujarat1 week ago
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Freedom of speech not absolute: SC on satirical poem on Gandhi

Freedom of speech and expression cannot be ‘absolute’, the Supreme Court on Friday said as it refused to reject criminal charges against an author for penning an alleged vulgar and obscene poem on Mahatma Gandhi in 1994. Putting vulgar and obscene words in the mouth of ‘historically respected personalities’ like Gandhi cannot pass the ‘contemporary community standards test’ meant to adjudge the obscenity of an alleged literary work, the apex court said. The ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago 'Gandhi Mala Bhetla' poet Vasant Gurjar must face trial: Supreme Court  DNA India1 week ago Freedom of speech is not absolute, says apex court  Indian Express1 week ago Freedom of speech not an absolute right: SC  Sify1 week ago
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No dirty poems on the Mahatma: SC obscenity ruling is a big blow to free speech

(20 minutes ago) When the Supreme Court struck down S. 66A of the IT Act in Shreya Singhal vs Union of India two months ago, the verdict was hailed as a landmark milestone in Indian free speech jurisprudence for two reasons. The post appeared ...
 NewsR.in1 week ago No dirty poems on Mahatma Gandhi: SC obscenity ruling is a big blow to free speech  First Post.com1 week ago Historically respectable personalities: The Supreme Court invents a new exception to free speech  Legally India1 week ago

Clarity from Supreme Court, dialogue on euthanasia is need of hour: Nagesh Simha, Indian Association of Palliative Care

Simha says the problem with 'passive euthanasia' is that it has multiple interpretations, which makes it crucial to permit withdrawing futile medical interventions. Aruna Shanbaug's death has brought into focus the urgent need for clarity from the Supreme ...
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SC restrains Glenmark from making Merck’s drug

In a relief to US pharma major Merck Sharp and Dohme, the Supreme Court on Friday restrained Indian firm Glenmark Pharmaceuticals from manufacturing and selling its anti-diabetes drugs Zita and Zita-Met.
 Times of India1 week ago SC restrains Glenmark from producing anti-diabetes medicines  Business Standard1 week ago Merck scores victory in India patent battle over top diabetes meds  FiercePharma1 week ago Supreme Court restrains Glenmark from producing anti-diabetes medicines  Economic Times1 week ago
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Will the Supreme Court's 'Tridev' ruling reduce government ads?

'So in the tens of thousands of ads released in India from now on, we will get to see the photographs of only three people: The President, prime minister and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.' 'Political parties will not like the order. It cuts at the single most important messaging tool available to them, and it will be interesting to see how our leaders will work their way around this hurdle,' says Aakar Patel. The Supreme Court has sent down a judgment which all political parties in India ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago SC's Decision on AAP is a Victory of Democracy  Odisha Samaya1 week ago Supreme Court says no to politicians` photos on govt ads  NewsR.in1 week ago Indian Supreme Court prohibits politicians photos on government ads  Weekly Voice1 week ago
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SC junks Chautala son plea

The Supreme Court today rejected the appeal and bail plea of Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) leader Ajay Singh Chautala, convicted and jailed in a teachers' recruitment scam in Haryana. "We are not inclined to entertain the petition at this stage," the bench ...
 The Telegraph1 week ago Indian court rejects automatic extension of telco licence  Telecompaper1 week ago Bharti Airtel : SUPREME COURT REJECTS TELECOM COMPANIES' PLEA TO EXTEND SPECTRUM LICENCES  4 Traders1 week ago Plea for spectrum term extension dismissed by Supreme Court  ProKerala.com1 week ago
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SC seeks clarity on migrants' kids

New Delhi, May 13: The Supreme Court today directed the Centre and the Assam government to clarify apprehensions that children of thousands of illegal migrants from Bangladesh would become citizens of this country by default on account of certain ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago Karnataka to seek view of prosecutor before moving Supreme Court  NewsR.in1 week ago Supreme court asks former Goa Minister Francisco Pacheco to surrender immediately  NewsR.in1 week ago Supreme Court stays contempt proceeding against HC Chief Justice Kaul  NewsR.in1 week ago
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SC allows Olympian to appear for umpires' exam

The Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed a plea by India's first rowing Olympian Subedar Indarpal Singh, to participate in umpires examination scheduled to be held on June 10, despite a two-year ban imposed on him by the Rowing Federation of India. A vacation ...
 Deccan Herald5 days ago SC lifts embargo, allows Centre to appoint CVC, VC  NewsR.in1 week ago NJAC: Opponents accuse Modi government of 'holding up' Supreme Court  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago Centre, PSU banks get Supreme Court notice on MD, CEO appointments  Livemint.com2 weeks ago
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